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. good to have you with us. here's what's coming up in this edition -- no fun in the sun -- white sox carts still beat machine -- why box carts still beat machines. public or drive it water supply in spain? and cut rate car souls up for grabs in ireland. in the chechen republic, civil war nominally ended four years ago, but there is still huge tension in the north caucasus region. last year alone, eight bomb attacks were carried out that killed almost 100 people. the attacks were carried out by islamist rebels, fighting against the russian states and the kremlin backed chechen president. he has been cracking down on both the rebels and their families and friends, leaving many chechens to seek shelter in the west. an increasing number of both suspected militants and innocent civilians try and make their way into the european union. most of them enter through poland. >> going for a simple stroll is an activity that abdul has come to appreciate. up until eight years ago, he lived in the russian republic of chechnya. he decided to flee from poland where he and his family could be safe and
, where a getting used and abused dozens of underage girls. the game members were muslim, most of pakistani origin -- gang members were muslim, many of them pakistani origin. the youngest of the girls was 11. she had suffered years of abuse, living in state homes with foster parents or on the streets. the gang found her among the snack bars on the road. they would ply the girls with small gifts, alcohol, and then drugs until they were dependent physically and emotionally. then came abuse and rape, first by gang members than by other perpetrators who paid the gang. >> i was there away from him everyday day, almost every day at a time. sometimes i would have breaks where i went home to my mom. i ended up in hospital because i'd had so many drugs. the majority of the time i was away, having sex with different men. >> a local hotel manager was apprehended but has since been released on bail. >> did you notice anything of what happened here? >> no. >> there were girls -- did you notice -- >> if you could just go away -- >> many in the area knew about orson -- or suspected the prosti
and unspeakable crimes just a few hundred meters away. specifically on a road, where for years gangs used and abused dozens of underage girls for prostitution. the gang members were muslims. most of mecca steady -- pakistani origin. the youngest of the girls was 11. she had already suffered years of abuse, living in state homes with foster parents or on the streets. the gang found her among the snack bars of the road. they would ply the girls with small gifts, alcohol, then drugs, until they were dependent physically and emotionally. then came abuse, and rape. first by gang members, then other perpetrators who pay the gang. >> i was there almost every day, sometimes more than one day at a time. sometimes i would have breaks where i went home to my mom and i ended up in hospital because i taken so many drugs. the majority of the time, i was away, having sex with different men. >> a local hotel manager was apprehended, but has been released on bail. >> did you notice anything of what happened here? >> no. [inaudible] i have other things to do. and with my accountant. if you could just go aw
should go on with the medical treatment and perhaps your self-defense system is out of control. let us hope the doctor can give you a right diagnosis so you can get the right treatment. now we have another caller. good afternoon, doctor. i'm calling from chicago. so since i was 25 i suffer from sinusitis. i've been operated on and over the next over the last two weeks i have had a severe headache. so i went to see the doctor and explain to him what my case was, and he told me, well, i also suffer from sinusitis. and there is no cure for sinusitis. i get a severe headaches and when i get headaches, i notice something yellow. when i cough, i -- so the i get the same prescription. so i have to avoid that type of headache. i don't know if it's right. he told me to take four aspirins daily. four aspirin in a row. i don't know if it is right or wrong. ok. thank you for your question. very good question, pablito. right? if i present that can be sold over the counter, you have 200 mill grams. every tablet contains 200 mil grams. so you have the prescription ibuprofen and it has an 800 potency.
is the youth who seems uncertain about where to put his gun before prayers start. his mother showed us where it all started in the south of antwerp. this is where brian grew up as a catholic. his childhood revolved around school and soccer. some of the neighbors in the building were radical muslims. >> this is where my life's misfortune began, with that gang of [bleep] to live here. i hate those people, really. if i could, i would grab them with my hands and throw them down here, as simple as that. >> the people are from a group from belgium. in april it was raided by the police. its spokesman is now in jail. two years ago brian came under the group's influence. she says she still doesn't know why. >> the belgian people would park here and behind there and talk to the boys. here and over there. >> a youtube video shows him at the edge of the basketball court. he spends an hour talk together the men, who listen with interest. the short-haired youth sitting next to him is brian. >> a muslim must be a practicing must little, not a theoretical muslim. we study and practice, and that is what we n
>> hello from brussels and a very warm welcome to "european journal." very good to have you with us. here's what we have today -- the wave of drug tests as bulgarians demand an end to corruption. rotten conditions -- how seasonal workers are being exploited in italy. and portugal offers incentives. book area has been -- bulgaria has been a member of the eu for five years, but it is still the poorest country in the bloc. the political class is mired in criminal activities that are so blatant that a few days ago, the ambassadors of germany and france wrote an open letter, calling on politicians to distance themselves from corrupt oligarchs. people in bulgaria are also angry at the government and the high cost of living. >> it has become an early morning ritual. for weeks now, she has been making noise on the way to work. while bulgaria's parliament is in session, outside, the crowd's anger is growing. >> it is unbelievable. a bunch of people who cannot understand anything, cannot do anything, and do not want to do anything. >> these are the bunch of people -- the new prime minister, a
. the team was heading to damascus to investigate allegations that government forces used chemical weapons. a spokesperson for the u.n. secretary-general said snipers shot multiple times at the first vehicle in the convoy. sp
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